The Secret Behind the Weight Gain-Inflammation Connection
Have you tried the diets, exercised to exhaustion, taken the supplements that are supposed to help and maybe even starved yourself?
Yet in the end, you still haven’t reached your short-term or long-term weight loss goals?
You're not alone—millions of Americans struggle with weight loss due to Chronic Inflammation and don't even know it.
Do you find it difficult to lose weight?
Have you lost weight in the past, only to gain this back?
Wonder why your best friend can lose weight easily, yet when you follow her diet, you don't get results?
Do you have a desire and a need to lose weight?
If this all sounds really familiar, you are running in the hamster wheel of life regarding weight loss.
Chronic inflammation is fueling your weight gain.
If you hav not considered this before, you are not alone.
As a holistic health expert that has assisted over 10,000 people since 2001, I can tell you that many people to not even realize that they are chronically inflamed.
If you're experiencing some or all of the following, you are almost certainly chronically inflamed:
- Chronic Aches & Pains
- Stomach Pain
- Aches and inflammation
- Mental Foginess
- Mental Irregularity
- Swelling & Headaches
...and of course, weight gain!
It's not your fault, most people do not know what is triggering their lack of response, and you are going to understand what is holding you back here.
If you are living with the frustration of a lack of weight-loss, you are likely living with an inflammatory/weight gain response.
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Inflammation will lead to an increase in fat cell production.
Obviously, that in and by itself will play a role in weight gain and hinder weight loss for you. Basically, as fat mass expands, inflammation increases.
But that's not where the problem ends...
Once you’re inflamed and begin producing more fat cells, your body will respond with challenges of insulin resistance, which will also lead to increase weight gain. This occurs when insulin is elevated, thus leading to your body storing excess fat rather than releasing this through your breath or urine.
This is important because when your body maintains normal insulin reactivity, excess fat consumption would typically not lead to weight gain, as long as you are not consuming higher glycemic foods.
Now once your body gets stuck in this insulin resistance response, this can lead to unstable glucose levels and the release of both glucagon and insulin, eventually leading to deeper imbalances with glucose, creating insulin surges.
Inflammation will lead to an increase in fat cell production.
And the last piece of the puzzle is that the insulin surges will then lead to further inflammation. Thus, the inflammatory/weight gain hamster wheel just keeps spinning out of control.
Thankfully biological responses can be complicated and this may be new information to you, but at least you now understand what is likely leading to your frustration due to the lack of success with weight loss.
Understand this information allows you to make the choices in your life to escape this hamster wheel and enjoy the pleasure of weight loss success!
Breaking the Cycle
Now that you have an understanding of what's happening, let's move on how you can break the cycle. The key to losing weight when you are stuck in the inflammatory/weight gain cycle is to address this from a lifestyle, nutritional and supplemental perspective.
From the nutritional and lifestyle perspective, it is essential to remove your inflammatory triggers. This could include any or all of these factors below:
The S.A.D. Diet
The SAD diet is the acronym for the standard American diet which is high in sugar, process carbohydrates, caffeine and alcohol.
Food sensitivity such as gluten, Americanized wheat, gluten associated food sensitivity or common food sensitivity.
Chronic Infections & SIBDO
These types of infections typically reside in the gastro-intestinal tract
Chronic Mental/Emotional Stress
Do you find yourself “stressed out” on a consistent basis? This could be work, financial, relationship, children, deadlines, traffic, or any other daily stress that is accumulative in your life.
Injury or Excessive Exercise
For those that push to an excess in the gym or any other physical activity that can leave you dealing with low levels of tissue injury or worse.
Chemotherapy or Alcoholism
The chronic use of alcohol and chemotherapy treatments would add to your inflammatory triggers.**
The chronic use of alcohol and chemotherapy treatments would add to your inflammatory triggers.** If you are using chemotherapy under the direction of your doctor, we do not recommend you discontinue this without a direct recommendation from your physician.
As you can see, it's easy to find ourselves in the grips of inflammation. Some of these conditions can be avoided and some cannot.
The good news is, there are natural supplements that can be taken to mitigate the impact these conditions on your body and health.
There is a way to address these issues and its not from the pharmacy, but grown right from the earth!
Yup, these 3 grown-from-the-earth supplements can greatly reduce, and in some cases entirely eliminate your inflammatory responses NATURALLY!
The benefits of these 3 ingredients are well documented and have been proven to work time and time again. See some of the many benefits these 3 natural supplements offer below:
Improve Joint Health & Mobility.
Inflammation is your body’s way of protecting you from foreign substances in your body like viruses or bacteria. When your body senses that it needs to go into alert, it releases chemicals that lead to various symptoms of inflammation like swelling of hands and feet, decreased joint mobility and pain.
Genetic factors, infections, poor diet, lack of exercise, or chronic stress can lead to chronic inflammation which may cause permanent damage to your bones, joints, and tissues.
Both Turmeric and Ginger have been proven to have a high level of anti-inflammatory properties.
Reverse Free Radical Damage.
Antioxidants in Turmeric prevent free radicals like pollution and UV rays from affecting your skin's elasticity - the quality that keeps your skin soft and supple. Turmeric has also been known to block the enzyme elastase, which attacks your skin’s ability to produce elastin - making it hard for your body to keep your skin flexible, leading to wrinkles.
Black pepper is rich in antioxidants and works to protect vitals cells within the body from being damaged by free radicals. This helps preserve age-related changes in appearance, such as loss of skin elasticity, wrinkles, graying hair, hair loss and changes in hair texture.
Bye Bye Bloating!
Ginger naturally stimulates your body’s digestive enzymes, helping relieve inflammation and alleviate gas and bloating.
Ginger contains two chemicals - gingerols and shogaols - that act as muscle relaxants, allowing the body to pass gas more easily.
Curcumin, the active compound within turmeric, helps stimulate the gallbladder to produce bile, which breaks down fats and toxins that can lead to bloating.
Black pepper increases the secretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, resulting in smoother digestion. This relieves issues like bloating, indigestion, flatulence, and constipation.
A Groundbreaking Formula Based on an Ancient Remedy Offers a Range of Benefits for the SuperMom Lifestyle.
Turmeric is a root that has enjoyed popularity in curries and traditional medicine for millennia. Unfortunately, the curcumin it contained was always digested too quickly for the true health benefits to be effective. With the our optomized formula, curcumin is able to reach the areas further along the digestive tract, where it has been shown to be absorbed 285 times more efficiently than even other types of curcumin.*
Get Smoother Skin, and Stronger Hair!
Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory agents speed healing and stimulate blood flow, improving the signs of blemishes, swelling and redness of the skin as well as puffiness and under-eye darkness caused by poor circulation.
As a natural antiseptic, Turmeric has also been linked to acne improvement for its ability to keep bacteria from spreading.
Turmeric can deeply hydrate and revitalize the skin and scalp, alleviating symptoms of dryness. It naturally speeds up the process of removing dead skin cells to reveal healthy and soft skin, and protects the skin cells from further damage.